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Eilardus Westerlo (1738-1790) : from colonial dominee to American pastor

Author: Robert Naborn
Publisher: Amsterdam : Vrije Universiteit, 2011.
Dissertation: Academisch proefschrift (doctoral)--Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2011.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Church history
History
Named Person: Eilardus Westerlo; Eilardus Westerlo
Material Type: Biography, Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Naborn
OCLC Number: 741788936
Language Note: In English, with summary in Dutch (v. [1], p. 274-279).
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: [Vol. 1]. Introduction. The situation in the colony and state of New York in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries ; The arrival of Westerlo in North America --
Living a religious life in the eighteenth century. The formative years : October 1783-September 1760 ; The Coetus-Conferentie controversy ; Finding his place in the New World : September 1760-July 1775 ; The War years, 1775-1783 ; The final years : rebuilding the Church, 1783-1790 ; What became of the name Westerlo in America? --
April 20, 1768 : rebirth. Pietism and regeneration in the eighteenth century ; Regeneration ; Converting people to Christianity ; Other regeneration conversions ; Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen ; George Whitefield ; John Henry Livingston ; Eilardus Westerlo's conversion experience ; Thomas Boston and his Human nature ; Human nature in its fourfold state --
A Pietist with Dutch and German intellectual origins. Pietism in eighteenth-century Europe ; The Pietist Westerlo ; Experiential ; Perfectionistic ; Oppositive ; Westerlo and his Memoirs ; The difficulties of identifying Pietists ; Verschuir and Westerlo's Pietism ; Van Lodenstein ; Doubts about eighteenth-century Pietists ; Westerlo on the piety of Gerdes and Bertling ; Westerlo's Pietistic upbringing ; Cocceian-Voetian controversy ; Daniel Gerdes as Westerlo's mentor ; Did Westerlo manifest himself as a Cocceian or a Voetian? --
Westerlo's role in the adaptation of the church Order of Dort to the circumstances in North America. The issues decided in Dordrecht in 1618/1619 ; The Church Order established in Dordrecht in 1619 ; Westerlo's learning about the Synod of Dort ; The Church Order of Dort as basis for the North American Reformed Church ; "All are one in Christ" ; Westerlo's attitude towards slavery --
Evidences of Westerlo's religious creed. Alberthoma's Uittreksel van de Leere der Waarheid ; The Memoirs ; Correspondence ; The church records of the Albany consistory ; A Frelinghuysen connection --
John Henry Livingston : father of the Reformed Church in America? The situation of the Dutch Reformed Church in America in the 1760s ; John Henry's path to the ministry ; Eilardus and John Henry ; John Henry Livingstone and the Plan of union ; Why did Livingston bring the Plan of union to America? ; The Plan of 1768 ; Justification for naming Livingston "father of the Reformed Church in America" ; Nineteenth-century view of the struggles of the Dutch Reformed Church --
Westerlo's Sermon of June 27, 1782. The political context ; Westerlo's inspiration ; The importance of the sermon ; Westerlo's sermon compared with sermons by Lampe and Gerdes ; The structure of the June 27, 1782 sermon ; Washington's Circular letter of Jun e 1783 ; Westerlo and Washington ; Romans 13:1 --
Conclusion. Westerlo in fiction ; Westerlo's tenure in Albany ; Westerlo in a changing world. [vol. 2]. Appendices. Memoirs of Eilardus Westerlo --
Books in Westerlo's collection --
Manuscript sources --
Eilardus Westerlo's will of September 1, 1775 ; Genealogy drawn up before May 6, 1776 --
The Remonstrance of September 17, 1773, and Westerlo's Preface and Addendum to it --
Letter by Eilardus Westerlo to his congregation, January 5, 1774 --
Employment situation of Dutch Reformed Churches in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, first organized between 1760-1800 --
Partial Livingston family tree --
Index of Scripture mentioned in Westerlo's Memoirs --
Eilardus Westerlo's June 27, 1782 sermon with General George Washington in attendance, in Albany, NY.
Responsibility: Robert Arnoud Naborn.

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